MTPV Power Corporation, a clean energy company that converts heat to electricity using semiconductor chips, has announced that it has been awarded a MassVentures 2017 START Program Stage II grant. This award enables MTPV to build upon the commercialization advances supported by last year’s Stage I award.
Former GE CTO and Head of GE Global Research adds extensive energy market leadership experience to chair Board of heat-to-electricity clean energy company MTPV.
Newly Appointed Distinguished Board of Advisors Provides Broad Insight to Keep MTPV on the Leading Edge of Heat-to-Power Advances
Humankind wastes a lot of energy, but thanks to new technologies, it is increasingly affordable to harvest and use it. At the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Washington DC, MTPV Power Corporation exhibited its solution using photovoltaic cells that turn waste heat into electricity. [VIDEO]
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MTPV has announced that it is a Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) InnovateMass program awardee, receiving a grant to deploy its EBLADE™ Power Platform waste heat to power solution in a production glass manufacturing environment at ArdaghGroup.
Written and edited by chemical engineering professionals for chemical engineering professionals, Chemical Engineering Progress Magazine documents MTPV’s approach to generating clean electric power from waste heat and our transition to commercial pilot readiness.
Mark Little, member of MTPV’s Board of Directors, and former Chief Technology Officer and energy business leader at General Electric provides his perspective on the progress and potential impact of MTPV’s waste heat to clean electric power technology.
Colin Lacey, MTPV’s VP of Product Management and Marketing, blogs on the recent news that for the first time atmospheric carbon dioxide readings remained above 400 parts per million for a full year. As power generation is a significant contributor to global carbon dioxide emissions (30% in the US), MTPV’s clean electric power generation technology can help to address this critical issue.
NSF Grant Award Recognizes Continued Advances in MTPV’s Clean Power Technology with NSF Funding, Advancing Waste Heat to Electricity Commercialization
Guest blogger Thomas Ortman, CEO of engineering company Concurrent Design, walks us through a model of US energy consumption and considers the importance of solid state design in the evolution of machines. He also considers the importance of solid state design in the evolution of all machines in order to yield greater efficiency, reliability, and environmental outcomes.